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Politics has always influenced Reggae music. As the genre emerged over the years, artists used their voices as a vehicle in support of, or to speak out against issues originating from the political arena. Singing Melody, arguably one of the most celebrated Reggae artists, lends his voice to the upcoming US Presidential election, and in support of the political campaign of Barack Obama. Participating in political discussions, canvassing, and being a poll station volunteer in South Florida, Singing Melody is actively in support of the Obama administration. “If we don’tRead More
Gramps Morgan Launches Pearl Health Systems Years after his mother’s passing, Roy “Gramps” Morgan continues to find ways to honour Pearl’s memory in song and most recently, through his new organic based vitamin supplements line, the Pearl Health Systems. “Seeing my mother suffer the dreadful effects of cancer inspired this initiative for prevention, and the maintenance of our bodies. Typically, I use my music as a means to help heal people; the Pearl Health Systems is another way for me to help enhance the lives of others by educating peopleRead More
Rising artist “Spontaneous” has released “Pree Dem A Pree Mi” video featuring Drezion, it is the debut single from his upcoming “Mus Bus” EP which will be distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital. The single is a Tenament Yard/Quick Mixx music production and the video was directed by Kemstyle Studios. The idea for the song came from Spontaneous rising status in the entertainment industry since Magnum Kings & Queens and Rising Star Competition. While working in the studio, Spontaneous lamented to Drezion on the unfortunate circumstances where friends became foes andRead More
Reggae Sensation Covers Cyndi Lauper’s “True Colors” at Legendary Electric Lady Studios for Chevy and MTV Iggy “Cover The World” Partnership  While Gyptian is prepping for his 2013 full-length studio album Sex, Love & Reggae, the award-winning singer shows his “True Colors” with Chevrolet and MTV Iggy and returns with the aptly abbreviated SLR EP. This six-song, digital-only selection is a spicy yet sweet mix of love songs. Gyptian recently shot a video in Jamaica for the EP’s sensuous single “Overtime,” while his latest visual for “My Number One,” a powerful rendition of late GregoryRead More
US based Jamaican Reggae artist Sadiki, returns with his third solo album, “Jah Is The Only King” on November 20, 2012. The self-written, 12-track album is a clear departure from the all lovers rock sound of his previous set. “Jah Is The Only King” offers a compelling blend of conscious reggae tracks and rootsy lovers ballads that showcases the singer/songwriter/producer’s growth and maturity as an artist. “I’ve been in Jamaica for the last year and a half soaking up the culture and the musical vibes,” commented Sadiki. “This album isRead More